Gasoline prices are falling around the nation with states around us showing a steeper decline than what is being seen here. Marlana Anderson of the US Energy Information Administration says as of Monday, the US average retail price for regular gasoline had fallen to $3.27 per gallon. She says that’s down 2.1¢ from a week ago, based on the EIA’s weekly price survey. Pump prices were highest in the New England and West Coast regions at $3.48 a gallon, and lowest in the Rocky Mountain region at $3.11 a gallon, down 3.2¢. The EIA predicts prices will continue to decline nationally through the rest of this month and continue its decline in 2014. AAA Auto Club meanwhile reports that the average price in Montana is $3.03 per gallon, it’s $3.07 in Utah, but $3.20 in Wyoming. The averages of the prices surveyed by Motor Trend in Jackson and in Teton Valley, Idaho are currently $3.24 a gallon. At the same time, the average of their survey in Idaho Falls is $2.80 per gallon.